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    September 8, 2010
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top stories as we inch up to 7:00 a.m. sunnyvale police looking for the suspect for a string of arson. >> late night city council meeting to prevent three school shutting down the latest on how much they will have to show. >> the governor about obverses tens of thousands of state workers. they here were the the governor can furlough workers in california's budget crisis. >> we want to start with the bay bridge approach this hot spot. >> we still have lost its transmission on the upper deck on the 5:00 hour the bus has long feared but the spill of oil remains on the upper deck. they
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may be minutes away from reopening that lane. there had been reports of an accident in the back up. if it is there will not add anything to the problem. there has been no confirmation from the chp. we believe the only problem is on the upper deck is the closure of the right lane because of the spill of transmission fluid. that is extremely hazardous. look at this back up. it reaches to the foot of the macarthur maze. the short freeway is another story. it is already slow coming down from berkeley all the way from golden gate fields. this will be a rough ride. westbound 24 commute coming over from the freeway. it has not backed up on to 580 westbound thankfully. it is likely we could see that heavy traffic moving in from there. that is not our only hot
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spot. interstate's 80 interstata solid back up through the altamont pass and out to the floor of the livermore valley as you can see the westbound ride slow all the way to airway boulevard. there was a diesel fuel spill that kept the left andand lanes blocked until a few moments ago. jackie's this all has been watching that back up. we might have a look at slow traffic there. this is a look now towards the altamont past on 580. this is the traffic moving through livermore. the lane is back and the speed are picking up. how are things in san francisco? we had wet
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pavement. like traffic on the inbounds central freeway the james lick freeway southbound. one of find out more about the drizzle here is louisa 48 minutes arrival delays for sfo because of those low ceiling. fog is a problem for travel and resolve this morning. we are seeing the storm system to the north must it wasn't rain you've felt this morning. it was a lot cooler air rain in cool temperatures today and tomorrow. current temperature 55 san francisco, 64 oakland, livermore 59, in the afternoon not much change. upper 60s today through santa rosa and ran a
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run the park, keeping in the '50s along the coast. in places like berkeley in richmond to we may not get out of the '50s today. hayward and union city. the warmest bought today 73 in antioch. it will be the coolest day in the week in most locations. here's the 7 day around your bay. fog sets in for friday slight warming toward the weekend bringing as temperatures back up into the low 80s through a lens spots low seventies around the bay and low sixties for the coast. >> 7 04 a.m. developing story we are falling way are looking for an arsonist kron 4 will has details. >> 15 arson fires including get
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this the early morning hours september 1, 2009 fires. they happen to within grand fir and our deepest avenues i'm in that neighborhood i can tell you all of the streets are about half mile from each other. whoever is setting the fires they are sending them to dumpsters, garbage, in one case of car where somebody was inside sleeping at the time. fortunately police were multiple the personnel before any injuries could happen. from sunnyvale will tran kron 4 news. >> get a look at this sketch. this is a suspect. is hispanic, 19 or 20 years old, 5'8" to 5'10" and he has a slender build. >> city of richmond votes to save all three schools that were slated for closure. the meeting
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last night had a lot of folks in attendance of this city will pay for the schools with one- and-a-half million dollars out of its general fund. jonathan blum reports it has captious. >> the city council has voted to save three schools that were slated for closure. kennedy high olinda and grant elementary because of budget problems that were slated to close. they voted to give $1.5 million to keep those schools open. they're doing so on condition they come up with a plan to fund itself in future years. in richmond jonathan blum >> this is day six of the search for clues in the disappearance of a hercules man crews will be back at the state law and fell at 8:00 a.m.. they are looking for frederick's sales he has been missing for two weeks ever since his father was found dead
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and killed in their home and hercules. please believe young dorsalis could be the fifth victim of efren valdemoro crews are prepared to to search until friday. >> they are determined very good spirits they want to help the family they want to provide answers. on the whereabouts of frederick. >>the husband of one of two women found dead at his vallejo home earlier this week will be arraigned in solano county superior court today on charges of possessing explosives. charles rittenhouse, 72, was are rested with material to make bombs. we will be right back.
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welcome back to kron 4 morning news we continue to attract two major hot spots one is the bay bridge. the right lane may still be closed cleaning up a spill of
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oil on the roadway after bas dropped its transmission in the 5:00 hour look at what is done to the commune. i'm not our only problem interstate 580 westbound lanes are open now but the left lane was shut down until around 7:00 a.m. it was close since 3:00 a.m. said after read accident and the diesel spill. all lanes are open now but the damage has been done. it is backed before the 2 05 interchange. >> let's get a look at the golden gate bridge. in comparison looks good it is well-traveled but traffic is moving. the bridges of been. everybody is shocked and. more than that even drizzling because the fog is so heavy. in san francisco is 55 degrees only gaining five degrees your high
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today 60. >> the bp oil spill internal report finds there were eight separate failures that contributed to this bill among them mechanical failure, human error, an engineer design, our report was generated by the peace safety unit. this is the first in many reports to come. we will take a break back with more headlines in a moment.
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i thought it was over here... ♪ [car horn honks] our outback always gets us there... ... sometimes it just takes us a little longer to get back. ♪ a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza back up to the macarthur maze. there was an oil spill on the upper deck after a bus lost its transmission. that's why we are so badly back
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up for this necommute. the meter and lights were turned on a very close to 6:00 a.m. you can see things are backed up let switchover showing you traffic trucker interstate 80 is backed up all along the glory short freeway. we are seeing indications of of back up in macarthur maze. let's back that out a bit you can see there ride coming down from the freeway is definitely slowing things. slow from children's hospital in the westbound direction. a big problem for this commute. you can see all approaches are born to be jammed for a while. let's take go look at another problem interstate 580 in the westbound direction the back up from 2 05 interchange through the
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altamont pass towards airway boulevard. that was where there was another spill. the traffic has moved much better through livermore. the problem is a back up reaching all the way to interstate 2 05. highway 4 in the westbound direction you can see traffic is slow through antioch and pittsburgh. the second half of the commute is the problem south from to 42 into walnut creek. there was an accident that has back traffic up all the way to a 242. so through san ramon valley conditions look good but southbound 680 is slowing from pleasant hill into the creek. from here into the weather center for the update.
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>> you needed your windshield wipers with all the drizzle the fog had produced. we see a lot of low cloud cover. delays of 40 minutes at s f o this morning. this morning 62 degrees in san jose your high today only 66 today could be the coolest day of the week. fog expected to stick around for the next couple of hours as we head towards the 10:00 hour we will see receipts through napa and fairfield still keeping fog into the picture in the afternoon mainly along the peninsula. as we head towards the afternoon breaks of sunshine quite a bit of cloud cover around. 60 in through oakland and concord, sitting at 57 for redwood city your afternoon highs not much different from the current temperature is. 67 for santa
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rosa and run the park, everybody will feel a chill out there. 60 is in francisco down into redwood city 58 degrees over to these bay needed jacket in berkeley, richmond not getting out of the fifties this morning. over to the san ramon valley temperatures in the upper 60s the warm spot today is in talks at 73. this does bay '60s around as well. 56 in san jose a cool day on tap for tomorrow as well fog rolls in on your friday slight warming by the weekend. >> 7:19 a.m. news information this morning. oracle plans to pay newly appointed president mark hurd a base salary of $950,000 a year. the company also says the former hewlett- packard co. ceo, who was ousted by that company last month, is eligible for a fiscal 2011 bonus of $5 million. hurd's future at oracle was complicated tuesday when hewlett-packard sued hurd to keep him out of his new job. hp is worried hurd will use his
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knowledge of the company advantage. >> fremont police came out in full force to support todd young who was heard in a shootout. the arraignment happen yesterday. he is facing charges for the shooting of officer young during an attempted arrest. a gang member is charged with 10 felonies including carjacking and attempted murder. the defense attorney spoke briefly. >> our deepest best wishes go out to eat officer young and his family during his recovery. whether this was an intentional shooting of a police officer, who or a tragic misunderstanding on the streets of oakland
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remains to be seen. >> he did wrong i believe he did wrong. he will face his consequences. the law will make it through the process as it is designed. >> he is being held without bail right now his arraignment was held to next week. >> fire fighters are describing wildfire near boulder colorado as out of control. some of the latest pictures homes on fire 11 square miles is the size of the brazen this growing. it has destroyed 90 structures appeared 90 no injuries have been reporteno injuries have be. major fires in detroit the flames have swept through two
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dozen detroit homes. they're being fanned by winds that actually topped old toppled over these power poles and started the fires to begin with. >> florida pastor plans to go ahead with his plans to burned copies of the koran on the ninth anniversary of the september 11th attacks. he says he still praying over it he has received more than a hundred death threats since announcing what he wants to do. now he wears a pistol strapped to his head. >> we are burning a book not killing somebody, not murdering people, not dragging people out of the cars and killing them. we are simply bring the book. the general needs to point a finger at radical islam and tell them to shut up and to stop and tell them we will not boweries to them. >> supporters have been mailing
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books to the pastor. >> we will take a break back with more headlines we have a back up at the bay bridge george's keeping an eye on. hmm, do i wear hats? i could wear hats, if i partook in hat type things (birds chirping) like strolling in an orchard ♪ is this my husband? awesome cool hat, mom oh my perfect kids alright
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millions of children continue to be exposed to secondhand smoke. secondhand smoke causes asthma, a disease that cannot be cured. protect your loved ones. all come back to kron 4 morning and the big hot spot lahore there remain. there was an oil spill it has been shut down for an hour-and-a-half now with the earlier activation of metering lights has backed up traffic all the way through the macarthur maze. highway 24 is low westbound coming through rock ridge. whistling go conditions beginning at children's hospital. allow yourself plenty of time. 30 minutes delays coming from westbound highway 24. >> we are talking about the weather because it's been a huge shift in the weather route there
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today. it is much cooler struggling to see '70s in early inland spots. by the coast we have a drastic change of 57 major heights 63 at the bay. fog and drizzle this morning causing delays on arriving flights from sfo. you might need wipers and your commute this morning. we do get sunshine but it says call for seven days. the ballet statue has been returned after was stolen two weeks ago but the identity of the thief is a mystery. an attorney turned over the statue yesterday to police detectives. it was and carved wrapped in plastic as it was exchanged in a downtown alley. they are now dusting it for fingerprints. >> a live picture of the bay
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bridge approach traffic is backup this is our hot spot of the hour we will have much more coming up.
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if a bus drops its transmission. the fluids bill left lanes closed for about our. traffic trucker you can see 580 in the
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westbound direction is backed up. you will see 580 westbound back the all the way to highway 24. it is back up around the corner almost all the way to highway 13 coming right out of the caldecott tunnel. speeds down to 7 mi. an hour. the lowry short freeway definitely a rough ride today. interstate 580 is also another hot spot. backed up early this morning at a truck accident. 3:00 a.m. hour did truck lost some of its fuel they had to keep the lane closed for several hours well that spill was cleaned up. that's why that commute is so slow. much better than yesterday or the day before 4680 southbound leading down to signal. i way for continues to build up its mostly the ride on 242 southbound
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approaching 680 that is heavy because we already had an accident in walnut creek had north main just passed in the southbound direction. the rest of the westbound 24 ride still looking good. finally i looked at san jose 101 northbound getting heavier moving past the guadalupe parkway there is the report of a broken its sprinkler head up the road. if you get off at 1 01 on to to 37 there may be water in the lane. this morning there was water in the road way but that was borne entirely different reason. we started off the morning with a bit of a drizzle. >> folks have gotten use of their windshield wipers this morning. the fog producing drizzle almost fell like rain this morning. overcast
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conditions and today will be the coldest day of the week. warming as we head to the weekend but today temperatures are not going to change much from your current tempters outside. the reason being at store system to the north, spirit bringing with it cooler air from the gulf alaska into the bay area. today and tomorrow cold temperatures. 56 in san francisco 60 through oakland concord 60, not much change into the afternoon sticking in the '60s right through the afternoon 67 is an rosa, 69 in sonoma, now many '70s out their temperature around 60 instances go, '50s that the coast. berkeley richmond, not moving much from
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those upper 50s down in through hayward and san leandro '50s, the warm spot today is 73 degrees. sunnyvale 66 san jose school day to more as well warming up as we head toward the end of the weekend. >> 7:33 a.m. the sunnyvale police are looking for a person of interest in the conviction connection with a string of arson fires. the fires have all been sent in various places one was and outside debris, another was in a dumpster, others in a vehicle, one last week the vehicle had a person inside sleeping. it took police to rescue the person before the insurer caught fire. the man police are looking for is hispanic, 19 or 20 years old, 5'8" to 5'10" and he has a slender build.
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>> richmond votes to save all three schools that were slated for closure. you can see that in the video. it was a packed room. the city will pay for the schools with $1.5 million of general fund. the deal has conditions appeared >> they have to come up with a long range plan. and not to be an atm machine year after year. we have problems and projects in our own city we have to deal with. every districts have to balance budgets we expect them to. >> for now kennedy high and two elementary schools olinda and grant elementary will remain open. >> francisco gang member convicted of three murders told a federal judge tuesday they will ask for a new trial on the
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grounds that some evidence from the case might have be thrown into doubt by the city's ongoing crime lab scandal. u.s. district judge scheduled a nov. 19 hearing on the motion in the case of former page street gang member dennis cyrus. a jury convicted cyrus last year of 16 federal crimes, including racketeering conspiracy, cocaine conspiracy and possession and three gang-related murders committed in 2002. cyrus' defense attorneys have said in court filings that some of his convictions could be undermined by recently disclosed problems with the drug analysis unit of the san francisco police crime laboratory and former technician deborah madden. >> chevron may be seeking environmental law exemptions. mercury news reports lobbyists have been quietly trying to strike a deal that stems from a lawsuit the lawsuit accuses chevron of concealing plans to process heavy grade of crude oil. >> a look at the big board the dow has been in positive territory all morning long. surprising because we had a down day yesterday the dow losing a
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hundred seven points. pre-market trading most of the industries were negative and then all the sudden they turn themselves around. now we have a positive day in the making. >> president barack obama will be in cleveland today to outline in the new economic plans. the package includes investments in infrastructure and business tax incentives. he will argue once more about continuing tax cuts for the wealthy. a >> 70 ft. column of steel at ground zero that column has been set up at the entrance of the memorial museum. they are promising the memorial will be open by next year in time for the 10th anniversary of the attack. the on growing construction will limit where it they can visit. it will have reflecting pools and a wall with the list of victims team spirit
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>> which will be back with more a couple of minutes alive lookit san francisco. it looksa like te cap of fog is lifting a bit but it is cool out there. will cap of fog is lifting a bit but it is cool out there. will wgaq rid of the mansion and the limo
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a number number of other investigations under way. >> all low cloud cover causing slight delays. 40 minute delays on arriving flights at s f o. we will be back in a moment.
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welcome back to kron 4 morning news 7:45 a.m. long time since we've seen that stuff like this as a base bridge you want to know what a hot spot this? this is a hot spot. 880 your best bet 580 back up the on highway 24, 24 is backed up to the caldecott tunnel. interstate 80 through albany the name is well say the bay bridge backup begins
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up here on 80 westbound. continuing delays for your ride all morning long. even 580 coming out of richmond with will be delayed trying to get on to lower the short freeway on the westbound ride you know what that means. same possible avenue caring a lot of traffic this morning. taking a look at the maps you will see the short freeway slow from here but solid from there. highway 24 you will see speeds, i will pull it in closer, 24 the caldecott tunnel coming down from our station all the way pass highway 13 down to the macarthur maze slow and go traffic. interstate 580 you can see is backed up into downtown oakland tried to get westward
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towards the bay bridge toll plaza. a tough ride this morning because of problems on the upper deck of the bay bridge. it was blocked with this bill for the long this time. a blocked at 580 blocked a lanes. on 680 south found in this and all down towards niles canyon road now of course we have slowed down. i way for delays from pittsburgh all the way to the low pass. 680 the southbound direction down to north bay has that traffic all the way to highway 41242 so that's ourof a rough ride there. san mateo bridge is a good ride although there is a back up at the toll plaza for the west bound to new. yesterday of course we had big delays on 1
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01, big delays on the nimitz freeway around 92 that is not the case this morning. the heaviest traffic concentrated in the area of the hot spots. the weather forecast for you here's lisa. >> to things you will notice one is the fog, the other thing its cold temperatures setting and today currently 56 degrees by noontime upper 50s, the high today 60 degrees. not much difference from the current temperatures. we do have a storm system to the north of us as that deepens its ushers and cool air we have a bit of a cool done yesterday even more so today, also quite a bit of cloud cover around the north bay today appeared 56 in san francisco 64 oakland, 62 in antioch, your
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afternoon highs not warming up too much. 67 santa rosa, 653 napa, along the peninsula coast keeping temperatures in the '50s, staying in the '60s all the way to a redwood city and east is well. my stay the '50s through berkeley and richmond. your response today will stay in the '60s warmus spot in antioch 73 degrees down in to the south bay bringing temperatures low sixties for mountain view 66 for san jose. your seminar on the bay at another school day for tomorrow maybe not quite as much in the way of fog but that fog will become part of the weather picture on your friday. >> 7:49 a.m. this just in police in pakistan say they will bring
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terrorism charges to three men held over the times square bombing. the latest alert coming out this is the place will bring charges against three people they detained in an attempted bombing. fbi says investigators have found no explosives aboard a airways flight that cause quite scared. passengers being escorted off there was a bomb threat on the bathroom mirror. he landed safely in l.a. all passengers were interviewed and released nobody was injured. >> 22 people have been arrested during the second night in protest over an officer's fatal shooting of a guatemalan immigrant who had a knife about 300 protesters set fires, they pelted the police station, in
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l.a.'s west lake neighborhood. at one. police say officers fired two volleys of fall and projectiles at people. no injuries reported. >> 120 inmates are continuing a hundred strike their reduced their allotments of so. if they reduce the amount of so that the inmates can buy from four down to only one. concerns inmates were courting sober and it could be used to make the floor slippery for guard spirit >> whether it a big change for today similar tale bridge looks dry we could have areas
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a live look at your bay bridge approach these a back up go in the artery is going to be backed up particularly 24. your right to the caldecott in walnut creek albad. herb you from in insurance industry booster seats getting a lot better after projecting kids here the results was made public this morning in an the insurance institute is giving top marks to 30 percent of the 72 seats they evaluated appeared last year they only handed out nine out of the 60 they looked at here there has
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been a jump of better quality. >> just been sheriffs deputies involved in the standoff with an armed wanted man. in sacramento county. we are life with the helicopters as officers surrounded the man and a stolen car. he is outside of a mcdonald's he is wanted in washington he appeared to be on the cellphone lookit how close they are to him. they are in close proximity. he is in that old car. he without a second ago. they have guns drawn. he was throwing things out of his vehicle and now he is standing there. >> were not sure if this is the passenger if the driver crossed over, we will have to see. in a
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stock like this they will say get on the ground with your hands behind your head. but if they are giving those instructions he is not complying. he is putting his arms out show he has nothing. >> in looks casual just standing there. when he was on the cellphone they're talking to him. they're so close to him they could be talking to him now. >> it seems they've been standing there for awhile. many have already donned their riot gear. they have been there long enough to get dressed. >> they seem not to feel threatened. he has his arms in the air. they are not reacting at all. this is something we will monitor. there is an
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all the way into the maze. this is one of those bay bridge backups that leaves you reeling from a long time. i think will fill on the facts to the morning. take elected this this is part of the bay bridge back up this is the albany camera, and back to begins well before here and interstate 0 in the westbound the entire eastern freeways backed up because of the bay bridge this morning so let's go ahead and set the map to the macarthur maze. i am going to ask for erica to just
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move the maps are rare. we will search rob for the look of this 58080 here you see it. this is the shore frey had westbound, this is highway 24 is backed up all the way to the caldecott tunnel. 5/8 years backed up to 800. at the north end of the freeway. all of this is the result of problems at the bay bridge toll plaza this morning. that is not early hotspot the 580 ride is bad if not worse than it was yet the survey this morning from exacerbated by again elaine closure. it lasted for several hours this morning. that's why things got so badly backed up here. 680 slow like yesterday highway 4 is a much worse commute than yesterday. solid conditions all lanes concord on for westbound. 680, 242 or both backed up the highway for, leading down to
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highway 24. so again today, not because of incidents just heavy traffic for the westbound ride. now i want to take you to san francisco where it is heavy on the inbound central freeway because of the murders george the james lick. but the rest of peninsular ride is not bad. san jose not nearly as bad today as it was yesterday the one no one is pretty slow northbound from the guadalupe parkway most of the way the highway 237. let's get to check the weather. here's louisa. >> so much fog that action felt like it was raining. that fog is producing quite a bit a drizzle. kind of a bridge shot but it is kind of foggy here red along the golden gate bridge. still continue to see the fog rolled in on this morning, did they could be the coldest day of the week. those temperatures are really going to continue to drop off today warming up as we head towards the weekend. we have a
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storm system to the north of us as a job so we can see leaning into the bay area green with a lot of cloud cover much, much cooler temperatures that is expected to last for the next couple of days your current temperature 56 degrees about 63 oakland is of a concord up to 62 this morning in antioch. in the afternoon not warming up much. sixties rate across the board do the north bay of the santa rosa 67 degrees. getting up to 72. down along the peninsula 60 today in san francisco which is similar to yesterday. coastal temperatures in the '50s. we manage to the '50s of is like hercules. richmond. los estacio for san leandro, hayward. inland temperatures in the '60s. upper 60s in places like walnut creek we might even see a 72 degree reading in the antioch into the south bay low 60s and maybe upper 60s into los gatos. here
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is a look at your 7 day around the bay. and other cold day for tomorrow warming up as we head towards the end of the week whereby the weekend bring is the inland spots better than those '70s. darya. >> a developing story at a sunnyvale police are passing out fliers and talking to residents hoping they can help them find an arsonist. investors say the damage has gotten worse every fire kron4 is will tran is in sunnyvale has reaction. >> in this fashion of just four months there have been 15 arson fires, nine fires in the early morning hours. all of the fires have happened in the barter of garland, and arbutus. i am in the neighborhood i can tell you that all the seeds are half mile from each other. i just put to a man who lives in the neighborhood he says if that person is caught but until then
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people are nervous. >> we're a lot more weather. i think your paranoid walking around the spring tension more. kind of practice. mainly were making sure where kurds are product being more aware. more so than normal. >> whoever is setting the fires there setting fires to dumpsters, a garbage cans including one case where a car was set on fire with that person are ready inside sleeping. partially police were able to pull the person out before he, she was injured. reporting from sunnyvale, will tran, kron4 news. here's a sketch of the arsonists police are looking for him as a hispanic man. 5'8" to 5'10" and he has a slender build. >> news from overnight the city of richmond has voted to save all three schools that were slated for closure. there were a
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lot of folks in attendance. you can see in this video, the city decided to play for the schools with 1: $5 million ad of richmond's general fund. so now the car doors of the high schools will remain open. >> this is day six of the search for clues in the missing hercules man. crews are out there that i spoke to them around 8:00 a.m., they're looking for frederick cells he has been missing for nearly two weeks since his father was found in their home murdered. police believe that the young purcell's could be they fifth murder victim of a jewish shot and killed by a cs be officer. crews plan to continue their surgeons or friday. >> after two years and more than a million dollars this of and the cream of. the court will hear arguments on whether or not
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governor schwarzenegger has the legal right to force state workers to take unpaid the eyes of. he ordered furloughs of some 200 state workers for two- three days each month for last year we will follow what the judge sides. the supreme court is hearing arguments on whether any of the government has the power to limit use vetoes to make nearly $5 million in cuts to a number of parts of the budget healthcare, welfare and parks and spending. that was made possible through a budget passed the stock sale lawmakers. >> will we back with more in just a couple of minutes on this chilly wednesday morning. it is also a great one for the commute. even if you don't call this a hot spot san jose 101 is sluggish. it is cold, cold. 62 degrees engrailed. no one is going to see very high temperatures. they will gain four degrees or so. that is it.
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welcome back to the kron 4 morning news, take a look at our hot spot the bay bridge westbound it is backed up not only here at the toll plaza but all the way through the maze. 580 is backed up nearly a highway 318. twenty-four's backed the caldecott, take a look at interstate 80. you might as well stay for the freeway you might as well say that the bay bridge backup begins before this. it is going to be a rough ride for a long time this morning. james. >> thank you, a live look to the golden gate, traffic coming at the marin county is moving well, there's a little fog out there this morning we had some drizzle. the pavement is still damp as you make your way into san francisco. still following that, as falling the big board as well. the dow is is a positive track territory. the
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other industries following and this comes off a little bit of a sell-off yesterday, the mood on wall street is much improved over were 24 hours ago. >> new details on the bp oil spill in the gulf of mexico. the disaster on multiple parties. the report says that a series of failures and bad decisions on the part of bp, transocean ltd., and others aboard the deepwater horizon oil rig led to the april 20 explosion that killed 11 men and spawned the worst oil spill in us history. the report was generated by a group headed by bp safety and operations unit. this is just a first of many reports that will help determine the possible causes of the april explosion and spell. >> other news around the bay there's controversy about some new ads displayed at muni bus shelters the ads are titled " can you afford to be unarmed " they're designed to promote an upcoming guns rights conference. they're difficult to see, i
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don't know if you can make it out, a woman holding a shotgun. that is in violation of the current policy which bans ads that appeared to for road use of firearms. officials say they allowed them to put up this posters while the transit agency's reconsiders the band. we're going to take a break, we'll be back with more headlines in a moment. following the latest of that hot spot, the weather is that the big story that we are falling. really cold out there, probably the closest they've the week. 56 degrees, only getting about 59 degrees. it will be chilly. stick around we'll be back with more in a moment including the "know the species, know the stain." lanolin-free coat, i know it's an alpaca. walks in here, looks says "hey look, it's a llama!" cleaning the stain like he would a llama stain. time he's wasting. ♪ call 1-800-steemer
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talking about half i guess he is wearing a song? yes. >> is one of did dianne is better here it hitters yes he i >> a lot of people say and do this, do that, just do your best and don't worry about all the little what would be the word for that? >> with the diamondbacks this right and what is his last name? he's a diamondback playwright and roberts they sent him down to a lesser rate the minor leagues. i guess now he is back, because it was a stint life is a little bit tougher for some of the general ballplayers than we think. he was living in the clubhouse. >> if you hear the stories, it is either feast or famine. the minor salary day you get is a
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couple hundred thousand is not a little bit more but in the minors, in this day and age, it is certainly better than not having a job you may make between 8000 in 1800 a month. >> guess i just thought it was an interesting story so the kids say i am not going to necessarily be rich and famous. there are really want to put my all and be an athlete i might just be one of these guys living in the clubhouse. >> i do not know this guy story, he just cannot afford anything else? >> i've the electors to go back to the diamondbacks so i didn't really know i figured out the account of those for a while. he had to keep the big secret. >> he proudly had a taste of these and money if he was up in the majors. i don't know what the stunt was, he could afford a little place. >> he probably could of the wife and the kids are staying in the next, he was in the club was. >> so folks do not send money to brian because this is not a
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telethon. >> he calls himself a i am broke, i'm terribly desperate i have an awesome light. and now he's expecting a baby number 8. >> he is living in a three million-dollar house how broken he be? >> it is funny of all the boxers, even sugar ray leonard, but there's some other champions, this guy for whatever reason his name so resonates. whenever they have some type of television show that they need the boxer they still get tyson. he's the guy everyone wants. >> eight kids when he is broke that will be tied. doesn't george foreman had eight kids? >> yet seen in the mall george. >> a guy like tyson when you say
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broke, it's, i their job, i know. this guy all it takes is someone to come along and say might do want to go from city from city we will have you just take off your shirt. and box the toughest guy in the town. some promoter with an idea is always going to look towards him. >> and then there's the deal about the girlfriend to get kelly. we know her from friday live? >> yes i know her he's got your whole group of ladies he's the one that she's going to marry. she says it is not true today. there was this whole thing on the internet that she freaked out on a flight with her dog because they would not let her take off and land with the dog in first-class. she called derek. they say on the plane she called their criminal line with the starters and with the pilot did try and talk some sense into them. she did not win jettison the back of the dog.
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welcome back and that that from lafayette on westbound do far the changeable message signed says 72 minutes to san francisco, an hour in 12 minutes from lafayette to get into downtown san francisco, the bay bridge back up on 580 extends beyond highway 245824 is backed up to the caldecott. >> here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. as the heavens in the afternoon sun breaks and some sunshine, keep those very cool temperatures. inland only 73, low sixties around the bay, the upper 50s for the coast. slight warming trend to the weekend. james. >> just crossing the wires, igor has formed in midlantic. right now off the coast of africa. it has top sustained winds of 40
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lafayette rain near the bart station in fact i heard from kron4 who bought stock in both the 580 and the rest of the delays westbound heading to the macarthur maze, 72 minutes is with the sign say. a high rate to four. it is solid all along the growth factor freeway. i do not think that this is in the rundown, but i was rather write than 82, this is not there, it is here. this is the traffic all leading down to the bay bridge. let us take a back to traffic tracker, or other hot spot has been interstate-580, it is improved ever so slightly in the westbound direction sitting out toward the dublin entertain still hot spot ases 6807 and leading down to some old. continuing, lookit this, down the north mission a boulevard. 880 joins the list of hot spots with heavy traffic from hayward all the way down to union city.
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and into fremont. the right here on 04 westbound is still quite heavy, heavy as do the will of crass, and on 2680 southbound. look to the san ramon valley ride, backed up for the setback to new into danville. i just checked south bay freeways, conditions there are not as bad as yesterday though we do have some slowing on 101 from 880 up to about the guadalupe parkway and 280 is sluggish in spots between downtown and highway 85. on the northbound side of the freeway. southbound looks good. james has eluded sure whether. >> thank you, and seasonably cool conditions. a live picture of the golden gate, fog is in the air we will deal with that for most of the morning but we do have high drizzled being produced as well. it is are
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causing delays at sfo. 48 minutes. the coldest day of the week today. maybe tomorrow degree warmer we will continue the trend is the head towards the weekend. we will tell you why are getting the cold weather, there's a storm system to our north which is pushing in the east and southern direction. are getting lower batches of that moisture. overcome more moist air that is why we're seeing all that result. right now temperatures are in the upper 50s and 60s for the better part it is a matter where you are it that is that the temperature the you're experiencing just a side of your door this afternoon it will warm up but not by much only a handful of degrees. 72 and fairfield. xenophiles 65. ocean beach 57 and the other side of san francisco 60 degrees. then it's mid-60's is you had run down the peninsula. we have
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temperatures again in the mid- 60s, 63 oakland, 63 an 73 antioch, 67 san ramon, 71 concord, 66 santa clara, 68 campbell, 69 los gatos. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. again at the today it probably the coolest kid the week tomorrow similar may be a degree to warmer. warming it up gradually as we head towards the weekend not nearly as warm as we'd like to be as we head into september. >> i guess. an update on the story we brought you live, happening in sacramento man wanting in washington state of surrendering after police through that smoke bomb in. it was sort of its tear-gas there was in this cloud, you will see
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him and they down right here. and surrender. that's what it took to stop the standup they moved in this is outside a mcdonald's as you can see he has been taken into custody now. sunnyvale police are looking for an arsonist responsible for a string of fires. in fact there have been 15 fires and allows for months, they think that this one guy sent them. including one car fire were the car was set on fire with a person inside of it luckily they got better ok. police described the suspect as the man police are looking for 5'8" to 5'10" and he has a slender build. news for overnight richmond is voting to save all three schools that were slated for closure this was the pact city council meeting last night were a happened. the city is going to pay for the schools with $1.5 million of the general fund the deal does have some
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conditions. >> they have got to come up with a long-range plan i am not going to like this day be an atm. year after year after year. failing them out when you have a problem proms are subjec, probln city we have to budget for 2. >> for now the high school and two elementary is will stay open. >> the crime lab scandal that continues this morning lawyers for former gang member told the judge they will ask for a new trial on the grounds that some of the evidence might be thrown into doubt because of that scandal. a jury convicted dennis of 16 crimes including three gang-related murders his attorney says some of those charges could be thrown out because of the problems with the drug analysis unit. the police department there and of course
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the former lab technician. a judge says he will hear a motion up next month. >> chevron may be seeking a law exemptions from state, there for lobbyists in sacramento are trying to strike a deal this stems from a lawsuit by environmentalists. it includes them of concealing plans to process high polluting crude oil. president barack obama heads to cleveland to outline economical plans that ma help government decrementmight help >> construction crews have installed a 70 ft. call of steel it has been set up at the entrance of what will be the september 11th memorial and museum officials are promising that memorial will be open by next year in time for the 10th
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anniversary of those acts the ongoing construction will limit where people can visit the marmoreal will feature reflecting schools and a wall with a list of the victims' names. >> we will be back with more in just a couple of minutes. a live look outside of this gray morning, even a little bit drizzly. now it is cold. you can see here is approaching the bay bridge has been jammed up. the 60 degrees and oakland, the high it will get up to 63 in oakland. a
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a live shot, just in from detroit, you can see the aerial footage of a fire crews are continuing to put out hot spots because of these high winds spanning more than 80 fires. several thousand people are still without houses. you can
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see there's a couple of dozen homes that are completely leveled. also getting word from the fbi that investigators have looked at the flame and found no explosives, none of the lord is barely bound high flightairlinea flight they found a bomb threat scrawled on a mirror. the jets originated in band, it is hanin been tapped. no one was h. >> was ang police sal.a.. known >> 300 protesters set fires pelted the police station with a is, rocks, bottles. at one.
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police had to fired two volleys of the nonlethal folsom projectiles no police or civilians were hurt. >> protest a new policy that reduced their allotments of soap.the strike started last wednesday after officials reduced the number of bars of soap inmates can buy at the jail commissary each week from four to one.the change came in response to concerns that inmates were hoarding soap so it could be used to make weapons, to make the floors slippery for guards and to hide contraband. all live look to the san mateo bridge, this is a clear shot as far as the weather goes, still cold and then looking at a high of 66. we will be right back.
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as we continue to track this
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major hot spot, it is been with us since the 6:00 hour. barely problems of the bay bridge from which we still have not yet tirrecovered is backed up all te way into the maze, there are additional problems on interstate 80 in the westbound direction, take a look at this a new accident for the westbound ride slowing the traffic look at the back up reaches all the way back beyond highly-4. speedster down to 4 mi. per hour, you can bet that is stop been slostop ae down to the macarthur maze look to the speech, pretty slow. look to the back up, interstate 580 is backed up to highly-13. highway 24, let's clean up that amount is backed up now to orinda. that's right the bay bridge back up reaches almost two orinda. drive times of 1.5
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hours. looking at the 580 hot spot still backed up here that early morning accident that the left lane blocked intel about 7:00, 680 is slow as well, that is put a live picture on the pigeon pass commute. south bay will get their in a second for san francisco still pretty sluggish on the imm and central freeway backed up nearly to seven s. trying to merge with 101, checking san jose not nearly as low traffic today free their 101 or 280 or 85. the we had yesterday.that we had yest'o to james with a look at the weather. >> the commute is not ideal, the weather for some votes is not ideal either. a lot of low cloud cover, a lot of fog. the low
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cloud cover will be mrs. for most of the dwith us for most o. today, tomorrow with the coldest of the week as we head towards the weekend with a warming temperatures as we head toward saturday and sunday. satellite shows why were dealing with the fog, we have a storm system to our north. as you can see were given the lower edges of it just raping by the bay area, cool, moist air. right now temperatures are in a tight range from mid '50s-low 60s, that is where you're dealing with as you had at the door. the fact is they will warm up not by much easy 69 degree and 16s in sonoma, 60 san francisco, 65 san bruno, 68 redwood city, oakland and the nimitz freeway,
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temperatures are in the low 60s. of an adult the 67, 73 antioch, 66 pleasanton, that it is barely get of the mid-60s. 66 in santa clara san jose, 69 los gatos, 68 campbell. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. ted pictures over the next few days, we but temperatures slightly. we get rid of most of the fog, drizzle but we're still cold. saturday, a warm up by not by much. low 80s inland. seventies around the bay, low 60s along the coast. darya. >> thank you, back live to detroit with their aerial footage that we're just getting in as crews are continuing to prepare hot spots of a mass of fires there are more than 80
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fires burning in the city, firefighters were overwhelmed. as you can see they still have claims erupting. there sprang one home rain now. we know that at least two dozen homes have gone up and frames.in flames. at there were fought hard lines down its guard these fires, which is just drifting said of control. it is been an overwhelming situation. the whole neighborhood is up in flames, here's another house going up. there's a pullout, you can see firefighters are trying to save the embers as they're blown from home to home. we showed you earlier live here have 24 homes were completely leveled by these fires. >> behind the plans for a mosque in new york city says the facility is going to conclude separate pair stations for
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christians, jews and other people of other faiths. these remarks were posted on the near times web site they say the attention surrounding the mosques project reflects the degree to which people care about the very american values under debate opponents say this should be located further away from ground zero. >> car booster seats have made according to a review by the insurance industry, though just over 10 percent of those evaluated weren't recommended. the insurance institute for highway safety gave its top marks to 21 of 72 booster seats it evaluated for properly restraining children, or about 30 percent, according to results released today. last year, the institute only handed out its "best bet" citation to nine of the 60 seats it reviewed, or 15 percent. >> the executive is peanut processing plants were blamed for a day of the salmonella outbreak is back in the business. the former president of the now brink of peanuts
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welcome back, littering has always been a problem but it is a bad one in one area kron4 stanley roberts has a look. >> floating in the san francisco bay and this is a 99 cent only bag also floating in the same bay. i am in the city of brisbane rate near the edge of the bay and at the border of san francisco. this light strip of land in brisbane has trash every where and i do mean everywhere. under this tree all kinds of trash like this pbc pipe and these bags hanging off its branches. along the shoreline more trash like this
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bag of junk food. although that it has this please recycle message on it, it wasn't. as you get closer to the water you may find what is left of styrofoam containers and full garbage bags. in the water, lots of floating plastic bags. some floating under the water and some ontop and some simply blowing in the wind. some plastic bags may have been blown across the freeway from its recycling plant. but some trash like this beer bottle and bart flyer were more than likely left their by someone refusing to use the garbage can. i contacted robert reed from ecology recycling about all of the plastic bags and he suggested a solution to the problem. >> tote bags, reusable bags, you can reuse this bag thousands of times. please don't use plastic bags. >> in fact he showed me tons apon tons of plastic bags that are thrown away every day heading to the land fill and some bags blow away and end up right here in the bay and in the trees. in brisbane, stanley roberts, kron4 news.
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>> if you have a comment or a story idea for stanley e-mail us at peoplebehavingbadly@kron4news.co m willing to take a break, we'll back with more in just a moment. here's a live look for maariv camera, you see the cloud that there we still have slight delay is 48 minutes sfo. call ahead. you can't really love me. i know about gayle. i don't know what you're talking about.
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fiske did morning 9:0good morni. sunnyvale police are looking for an arson expected in a string of fires. l.a. city council meeting for men streak schools from closing. it is the governor versus tens of thousand steelworkers. as the supreme court in san francisco here's the argument over the furloughs. first let's get to george. >> we have been in hot spot
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month since 4:00 a.m., we had problems on 580 then the bay bridge both are still hot spots. the minister or the bay bridge, it is still backed up all the way through the mcarthur macarthur maze, forced bay bridge back up we have seen in weeks. perhaps a couple of months. take the lead here at traffic tracker, will be able to show you the extent of the delays. he may well as well say the back up begins at highway 4 there was a reason accident here in san pablo. because of that traffic remains slow on the upper east shore freeway and the lower east shore freeway still remains heavy beyond the caldecott tunnel. 580 is still backed up into downtown oakland. even the no. 1 nimitz's low. let's as quickly pointed out for
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the westbound 580 ride leading up towards the richmond center fell bridge at the west end of this then it appears something might be blocking your lanes and backing up the ride. i believe i do of the albany camera, lead story that, he will see this is just the other traffic grinding along as you come from the upper east shore to the lower. taking from walnut creek, interstate 680 take a look to this traffic looked at how slowly are still for the 7 of 680 ride it is not only still backed of getting into the creek but out of it as well. this up and read from pleasant hill is jammed. normally we would see this traffic if it was here at 9:00 a.m. and dissipate within 10 minutes into the san ramon valley. that will be the case today. traffic tracker and i did another hot spot interstate 580 by mr. disease and break up the westbound ride into dublin is
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not much improved but highway for all it does not look back there antioch and pittsburgh this is that slow traffic for 680 sub found use of heavy it was leaving the creek heading toward alamo this is how heavy is heading into the creek for the seventh round ride a quick check here of westbound 24, shows you that slow traffic from a foreign debt through the caldecott all of that is backed up because of the delays through the maze. >> starting to see some blood 4
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frederick cells has been missing for two weeks since his father was gunned murdered. police believe that younger sales could be the sixth murder victim of efren valdemoro who was shot in killed by the police after a chase ended in richmond. half crews will continue searching until friday. we'll be back with more in just a couple of minutes, keeping our eye and the temperatures which are not really doing too much. for this any and sons of, we have lost some of that fog but it is heavy duty truck,
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a love the care and a golden gata live look at the golden gate, it is moving but a lot of traffic. you can see the fog, the haze is clearing it is
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cold, gray. let's take a look at the dow. at last check the dow was up 71 points. investors are brushing off worries about the health of european banks. resuming the rally on wall street. good news for job seekers of job openings on the rise during the month of july. still positive sign that companies could step up hiring the labor department says the number of jobs advertise rows. that is the highest since april. after two months of declines. still job openings remain far below the number of open positions in december 07 when this recession first began. on average for people are buying for each job. it feels like 400 dozen eggs? new details on the bp oil spill in the gulf of mexico. and new internal report finds that they're eight separate failures that they think contributed among them a
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mechanical van leer, human judgment and engineering and operational. this report was generated by a group headed by the safety and operations union it is just the first in many reports of and help determine possible causes for the april explosion of the rig. here is new animation video posted on line of what happened during the april 26th explosion the company says personal all on board ms. read a pressure test. just before the blast. that blast killed 11 workers bp officials also of bring blame trans ocean and halliburton for the disaster nearly 5 million bar. of oil has emptied into the gulf of mexico. >> if controversy about some new ads on muni bus shelters and the ads title can you afford to be unarmed? they're designed to promote an upcoming guns rights
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conference. they're difficult to see but it depicts a woman holding a shotgun which is in violation of the transit agency's current policy that banned ads that appeared to pro pro it prompromotes the use of they allow them to put it up well they reconsider the ban. we'll be back with more than just a couple of minutes, we want to go here, take a look to the james like it's moving want to go here, take a look to the james like it's moving pretty well. the sun is out. to challenge ourselves on the most demanding track in the world. with us, in spirit, was every great car that we'd ever competed with. the bmw m5. and the mercedes-benz e63. for it was their amazing abilities that pushed us to refine, improve and, ultimately, develop the world's fastest production sedan. [ engine revving ] the cts-v, from cadillac. the new standard of the world.
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welcome back, live here we're during an interfaith prayer service it is being held at the holy trinity church the topic of this burning of the crash and is expected to be one that did things that they will be discussing it will take place this weekend on saturday. this
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is in the hot spot all weekend long, it does not look much better. >> it isn't any better. it just continues to get worse. for the ride into these bay heading towards the bay bridge, this all started in the 5:00 hour it dropped its transmission of their roadway lost part of it had to move the bus off the bridge to they're able to do it fairly easily but it trains its transmission fluid on to the right hand lane. that took about an hour to clean up. lanes were blocked on the upper deck. this is the resulting back up. what you see here is just the end of the back up not the beginning. it begins at 1 highway 4 and the westbound direction here's a look at the macarthur maze, this is the 24 on ramp coming in here some cars turn it over to
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the bay bridge some kurds are trying to get to the right to head toward interstate-80 that is why it is backed up. interstate 80 is backed up nearly to highway 4 this the right to albany 580 is still slow, here's the large you from the mes is still backed up during that on high way too far. believe it or not that is bay bridge traffic trying to get into the maze. 580 still backed up pass highway 13 even the nimitz northbound is love those still the best approach to the bay bridge. dry time at lafayette 72 minutes to get the san francisco. that actually could be a bit optimistic. this is interstate 80 it is still heavy coming down from the highway for interchange this is the worst traffic that we are
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tracking rain now. check on whether with louisa. >> over and our travel delays, because of the low ceiling heights out there. you can see the overcast conditions everybody is dealing with low clouds this morning. some in the five produced quite a bit of that drizzle it looks like rain in some locations. 63 degrees and san has a buy new and getting up to 65. the high temperature is not much more mark. back down again to the 64 degrees by the a clock tower. we do have a storm system just passing through, you can see the tail and sweeping through our area green quite a bit of cloud cover, much colder air sweeping end. not much change in these temperatures even into the afternoon. 57 percent of his gun half moon ba7 for san franciscof
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moon bay. getting a rate around 67 degrees for santa rosa, 65 percent fell, along the peninsula cool 57 ocean beach, 60 san francisco, over to the east bay we will keep it in the low 60s, 58 degrees. that is drafting new high in berkeley. 57 for richmond, 73 degrees for antioch. 62 for sunnyvale. 56 for san jose. another cool day for tomorrow, a little more fog rose and tamara slight warming by the weekend. darya. >> 920 rain now, appointed president mark hurd a base salary of $950,000 a year. the company also says the former hewlett-packard co. ceo, who was ousted by that company last
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month, is eligible for a fiscal 2011 bonus of $5 million. hurd's future at oracle was complicated tuesday when hewlett-packard sued hurd to keep him out of his new job. hp is worried hurd will use his knowledge of the company to give oracle an unfair advantage. >> fremont police came out in full force to show their support. for officer tondo and who was shot during an attempted arrest. man accused of shooting fremont police officer todd young filled with these fremont police officers 70 of the 180 came to show their support for the wounded 16 year veteran. barrientos was wearing a red the waist and he tried to make eye contact with three female family members in the courtroom difficult to see them indebted in a sea of fremont officers filling close to 50 seats and a dozen more standing in the room. barrientos spoke briefly with his attorney, annie beles, who had this to say about the case. his defense attorneys spoke briefly. >> i will say, that our deepest, best wishes go out to office young and his family during his recovery. whether this turns out to be an intentional shooting of a police officer or a tragic
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misunderstanding, on the streets of oakland remains to be sceen. haaziq madyun, kron 4 news. >> he did wrong he has to face the consequences of that act. will lower its way to the process as it's designed i'm confident right now he's being held without bail his arraignment was held over to next week. at control data firefighters described this wildfire, to 11 square miles 3500 people had to evacuate. you can see one of the structures is on fire this burned more than 90 structures eight people are missing rain now. they're very concerned in the wake of this fire their broker and monday. david team of investigators had it to where they believe the fire started so
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that they can investigate the cause. fires in detroit, look good of all homes that have been completely destroyed by a chain of blazes that swept through dozens of homes in three neighborhoods this happening last night here's the real aftermath mortgage conceive from above. how many homes were destroyed the flames are still going this morning. we checked and live, as you can see here huge flame still shooting what happened is there are power lines that went down, several fires the members started flowing to other homes. there several homes and have no power. they're working on that as a continued to put these hot spots more fires keeper of in this morning. we'll be back with more in a couple of minutes, taking a live look outside on this chilly wednesday morning looked at walnut creek, 680 is nice. that is one bright spot. rid of the mansion and the limo
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welcome back taking a look at the forecast. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. we're in a much cooler. rain now we started out earlier was and drizzle. now we will see how some gray skies and no real warm temperatures the inland areas may be 73. a lot of places in the getting up in the mid-60s and by the coast it's chile. we don't yet very much a few degrees more are in the weekend and a little more sunshine. slight warming trend, cool. california news chevron may be seeking environmental law exceptions the news reported the lobbyist in sacramento are trying to strike a deal this stems from a lawsuit the suit accuses chevron of concealing plans to process high polluting heavier grade crude oil. time now for a break, we would back
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with more in a couple of minutes. in a live look here as we wait for the president's to get off on the tarmac in cleveland ohio the president is going to be pushing for billions of dollars in new taxes and credit and spending on big construction projects that is is rally today as he tries to convince congress to pass measures that he intends to make new jobs will wait for him, he just touched down in cleveland ohio. have some heavy duty demands. like enough horsepower and torque to get out of just about any situation. a payload that beats the other guys flat out. a frame sturdy enough to bear up a max towing capacity that's over 10 tons.
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nearly 5 million gal. of oil is believed to of leak. another developing story sunnyvale they are stepping up patrols and a small neighborhood where there has been a string of fires. nobody has been hurt so far. but the damage has gotten worse with each fire. they are looking for the arsonist. will tran spoke to the pleas and has an update. >> at this point they are not sure if it's one person or a copycat beach to behind 15 arson fire since may. nine fires in the early morning hours of
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september 1st alone. they've worked been in garland, grant, only as a couple of blocks from each other. all of the fires have been happen between 1-3:00 a.m. when the time when people are sleeping in makes the arsonist even more dangerous. the fire has been set to garbage cans, dumpsters, debris. into cases cars. they are not saying how the cars were set on fire which takes a lot more work. reporting from sunnyvale will tran kron 4 news. >> in san francisco supreme court is hearing debate over the furlough of state workers. this after two years 40 lawsuits and more than a million dollars in state legal bills. let's take a live look inside the court room we are hearing argue on whether
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they were or were allowed to force people to take unpaid time off. they are hearing and other budget arguments as well. let's listen in. well they're shuffling around right now. the audio is not great here. we will continue to monitor that. >9:36 a.m. back in a couple of minutes alive look at san francisco this looks better than the drizzle we had the skies are brightening still lot of the drizzle we had the skies are brightening still lot of clouds when you're 16, nobody wants to go through back surgery. my doctor has letters and pictures of other kids who've gone through the same thing on his walls and that really helped me not be as scared. i'm not worried about my back anymore.
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traffic cleared out 101 cleared of they will gain three degrees. the 66 is the height. what a cool day on tap. new from over
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night the news in richmond is good for the teachers and kids. they have voted to save all three schools slated for closure. during this packed city council the city will pay for schools with the one and half million dollar out of the general fund. kennedy high end olinda and grant elementary will remain open. day six for the surge of our hercules cement they started this morning were reserving their search for the man missing for nearly two weeks since his father was found beaten to death in this film. they believe the younger sales could be the fifth murder verdict some of efren valdemoro who shot and killed in richmond by police. they will search the landfill until friday. lawyers for a former san francisco gang member convicted of three murders told a federal judge tuesday they will ask for a new trial on the grounds that some
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evidence from the case might have be thrown into doubt by the city's ongoing crime lab scandal. u.s. district judge scheduled a nov. 19 hearing on the motion in the case of former page street gang member dennis cyrus. a jury convicted cyrus last year of 16 federal crimes, including racketeering conspiracy, cocaine conspiracy and possession and three gang- related murders committed in 2002. cyrus' defense attorneys have said in court filings that some of his convictions could be undermined by recently disclosed problems with the drug analysis unit of the san francisco police crime laboratory and former technician deborah madden. a judge will hear a motion next month. 9:41 a.m. back with more in a moment. chilly gray wednesday morning. the golden gate bridge even more socked in now. it is traveling across the bridge and traffic is that here too.
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george let's get an update on the bridge. >> it is a bit better we are seeing improvement for the past
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20-40 minutes in the westbound ride. space is opening up in the toll plaza so traffic is starting to move quickly that means they are cycling the metering lights at a faster rate and trying to clear up the back up. is still extends around the berkeley curve along the least the short freeway and a custom macarthur maze. here is some better news a bigger back up in the right-hand lanes on the left-hand side of years that your screen. these cars are trying to get onto interstate 80. the bigger back up now is far east that 80 righting then it is for the west bound 80 ride headed to the bridge. interstate 80 through albany still backed up as you can see below are a short freeway ride still quite heavy coming down from 580.
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traffic trucker says that is the worst approach. the 880 is improving, it is the 80 ride still heavy all the way down. westbound 24 much better those still sluggish coming out of marin debt it is no longer are a solid backup. i want a ticket to san jose a much better commute than short while ago for the ride into santa clara. let's over to the weather. >> over one our arrival delays at s at all. still seeing fog just sitting over the golden gate bridge this morning. it did produce drizzle producing some ragwort roadways this morning.
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currently 57 in san francisco right now your high today will be 60. and then back down upper 50s by 8:00 p.m. we did have a storm system passer the north of us do concede that tell and then slipping through our area so toward all the cool air pushes and but today we could see the coldest day of the week. temperatures in the '50s and said francisco 57 is san rafael, 58 redwood city, down into mountain view and san jose. your afternoon highs now much warmer. 67 santa rosa, rosa parks 69, sonoma 65, along the peninsula still 57 degrees in to the afternoon. 653 sambar know, you're east bay is sitting in the low 60s today we could be
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slow to get out of the '50s out of berkeley, richmond. we might get to 73 for antioch down for livermore 66. south bay conditions 50 and 60 degree readings, tomorrow we will have another cool day on tap. fog rolls in friday warming by the weekend. >> a look at the fire burning out of control near boulder colorado is 11 square miles is for see evacuationsevacuation oe over 3000 people 8 investigators are headed to where they think the fire started so they can search for a cause. construction crews have installed a 70 ft. column of steel from the world
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trade center at ground zero. it was set up at the entrance of the memorial museum. they're promising it will be open by next year. in time for the 10th anniversary after the attacks. the ongoing construction at the site will limit where people are able to visit. the memorial will feature reflective pools and a wall with a list of victims names. a mosque behind near ground zero it will include separate per services for christian and other faiths. the monzas attention surrounding the project reflects the degree of how much people care about american values. opponents say should be located further away from ground zero. for a florida pastor will go ahead with burning copies of the koran on the ninth anniversary of the
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september 11th the tax. he says he is still praying over it he has received over hundred death threats since he said what he plans to do. now carries a gun. >> we are burning of fog, we are not killing someone, we are now murdering people, we are not dragging people out of cars to our doctors and killing them. we are simply burning of books. he needs to push point his finger at rattled called islam and tell them to shut. >> they have been mailing copies of the koran to the church where the fire should take place saturday. president barack obama touchdown at cleveland ohio he will align the calotte economic plans. his package includes investor investments in business tax incentives and he will argue
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against continuing tax cuts for the wealthy. a live look at the big board right now wall street looking good here the dow was up 78 points investors are brushing off fresh worries about the health of the european banks. and resuming their rally on wall street.
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9:54 a.m. a big cooling trend. today it was drizzly. we are seeing sunshine but it is willing to be socially by the bay even inland only 73. warming up slightly for the weekend and next workweek. littering is a problem but now it's bigger in one bay area city stanley roberts takes a look. >>
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>> this is a cheesecake factory floating in the san francisco bay and this is a 99 cent only bag also floating in the same bay. i am in the city of brisbane rate near the edge of the bay and at the border of san francisco. this light strip water you may find what is left of styrofoam containers and full garbage bags. in the water, lots of floating plastic bags. some floating under the water and some ontop and some simply blowing in the wind. some plastic bags may have been blown across the freeway from its recycling plant. but some trash like this beer bottle and bart flyer were more than likely left their by someone refusing to use the garbage can. i contacted robert reed from ecology recycling about all of the plastic bags and he suggested a solution to the problem. >> tote bags, reusable bags, you can reuse this bag thousands of times. please don't use
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plastic bags. >> in fact he showed me tons apon tons of plastic bags that are thrown away every day heading to the land fill and some bags blow away and end up right here in the bay and in the trees. in brisbane, stanley roberts, kron4 news. still looking at the stubborn hot spot it is getting a bit still looking at the stubborn hot spot it is getting a bit better. @ñn
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good morning and one minute before 10:00 a.m. top stories sunnyvale police are looking for an arsonist responsible for 15 fires. late-night city council meeting saves three richmond schools from having to shut down. the governor verses' tens of thousands of state
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workers in the state supreme court in san francisco arguing about all of those furlough days. and we have not gone through the hot spots of the morning this is the bay bridge it's been one of the worst. >> it is improving but it is still a rough ride i'm still calling it the hot spot. because it's a bigger backup than anybody would expect at 10:00 a.m.. 580 that is another matter we are looking at a delay. i think it is possible before the end of the broadcast before 11:00 a.m. we will see day late in the shot for the west bound ride. interstate 80 you concede some improvement because we are no longer backup where 580 merges. it looks much better. our traffic months you can see that lower be short freeway looks better. westbound 24 is no
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longer backed up through the caldecott tunnel. there is a new problem for 24 westbound in lafayette if you are taking a drive shortly and you will head out in this direction do not be fearful the slow traffic you hit hit here last all the way to the bay bridge though at one time it was backed up right about here on the westbound ride. that's where the bay bridge back up began about now hour-and-a-half ago. much better conditions. 680 headed southbound into the senate san ramon valley an hour ago this was back up to south main street even this ride is much improved. >> still seeing low ceiling heights crating some delays at sfo this morning. overcast conditions across san francisco
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this morning. getting much cooler air moving into the picture today we could be the coldest day the week warming it up towards the weekend. this storm systems weaving its way through. rain clouds into our area also bringing cooler from the gulf of alaska today temperatures are in the '50s and severances go 57 degrees '60s to the spay the south bay as well low sixties stay in the '60s even in the afternoon santa rosa 67 degrees today, 65 novato, 72 in fairfield, 60 degrees in san francisco down into redwood city 68, keeping temperatures in the '60s and berkeley's and richmond. those inland spots are supposed to be warmer still staying in the '60s may be flirting with 70 degrees for walnut creek and
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antioch. mid-60's san jose. 7 day around the bay another cool day for tomorrow warming it up towards the weekend back into the low 80s and low spots low seventies around the bay those '60s for the coast. >> developing story out of sunnyvale police tossing out fliers and talking to residents hoping to find an arsonist. >> in this span of four months there have been 15 arson fires 9 in the early morning hours of september 1st alone. all the fires have happened within the bore of border of fair oaks, been as avenues, i'm in that neighborhood i can tell you all the streets about half a mile away from each other. i spoke with the man who lived in the
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neighborhood who said until the person is caught people are very interested. >> we are aware. i hate to be paranoid but were more aware. >> what kind of pro active things have you done? >> watch worried cars parked be more aware of what's going on. more so than normal. >> whoever is setting the fires to dumpsters and garbage cans including one case where car was set on fire lit that with the person inside sleeping at the time. fortunately place where multiple the personnel before he or she was injured. reporting from sunbelt kron 4 news. >> take a look at the suspect. the man police are looking for is hispanic, 19 or 20 years old, 5'8" to 5'10" and he has a slender build. right now the california is that the state supreme court is hearing debate
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over state worker furloughs. this after two years 40 lawsuits and more than a million dollars so far in legal bills. we have monitored the hearings right now. they are listening to whether arnolds schwarzenegger as governor had the right to force workers to take unpaid days because the governor ordered furloughs for two or three days per month last year. also courts are hearing arguments today on whether the governor had blind item veto in making cuts in health welfare and parks cutting. new from over night the city of richmond votes to save all three schools that were slated for closure. you can see where it happened at this meeting last night. the city will pay for the schools with one-and-a-half million dollars out of the general fund. for now the kennedy high doors kennedy
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end olinda and grant elementary will remain open. day six on did search for the disappearance of the hercules man. they're looking for clues for, frederick sales is. he is missing for two weeks now since his father was found beaten to death in his home. they believe the younker cells could be the fifth murder victim of efren valdemoro he was shot and killed by chp after a change that chase that ended in richmond. they will search until friday. we have news about the bp oil spill. bp has released its internal report on the massive gulf of mexico oil spill, and is blaming the disaster on multiple parties. the report says that a series of failures and bad decisions on the part of bp, transocean ltd., and others aboard the deepwater horizon oil rig led to the april 20 explosion that killed 11 men and us history. the new report was made. is the
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first of many records that are going to help determine the cause of the explosion that killed 12 workers and cause to a giants built. it shows the april explosion. they say people miss read a pressure test just before the blast. they blame the big rig owner of trans ocean and the seine managing contractor for the disaster. 5 million bar. of oil is believed to leak into the gulf of mexico. you'll be back with more a couple of seconds. struggling to see sunshine their roads have dried out. traffic is nice on 680 school morning will be right
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the golden gate bridge has
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gotten gray. right now on to the death traffic is still steady. in both directions. there is a net out of control wild filed burning near boulder colorado. one of the structures that went up in shooting flames out of the roof. there are more than 90 structures that have been burned by this. 11 square miles forced evacuation of 3500 people. a people are still listed as missing. this fire broke out monday. they are trying to fight it and look for cause. they're fighting fires in detroit all of these places that sense through dozens of homes in three neighborhoods. this is one of the homes going up. a couple of dozen homes burning more hot spots of finance this morning. fueled by strong winds that
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toppled power lines across the city those power lines are believed to be the cause of the fire. 100,000 homes have lost power as well. the big board down looks good stocks rising as investors brushed off the health of european banks. this dow is up 63.3 now. worried about how european debt might drug down economy. good job for new job- seekers jobs openings were on the rise that the positive sign companies could be stepping up hiring. the number of jobs advertised rose by 6.2% in july. that is the highest since april that is two months of decline. the job openings are far below the numbers available in december 07 that's when the recession began. report also
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points out on average for people are buying for each job available. and if you've been job hunting it looks like this feels like 400 people are hunting for the same job doesn't? we'll be right back.
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10:15 a.m. we have been tracking the bay bridge commute as a hot spot all morning long. since the top of the 6:00 hour soaked for over four hours now we had a bad back up. we are seeing some easing of congestion at the bay bridge. the 80 the approach is the best one to the bridge. 580 approach is still back up to the berkeley curve. the traffic through the back up its moving much better than it has any other time. another camera. we had earlier of back up on inbound central but no longer is
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in the light and easy ride coming from the upper deck leading to the peninsula south down heading from this peninsula on to the skyway and lower decks for these bound ride. mid-day commute bright sunshine here and smooth traffic in both directions along her back up on the '92 approach coming over from industrial. you're ride by the way through hayward on the nimitz freeway 880 is much better than it was yesterday both southbound and northbound approaching highway 92. here is a weasel with weather. >> over kasten fog came on to the coast. at the airport we are seeing over an hour for our arrival delays because of low ceiling heights. we had drizzle from the fog creeping wet
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roadways. today could be the coldest day of the week. we have a storm system sinking south toward as it does it will bring a lot of clouds throughout the day today. also bringing in cool air as well. cool temperatures for the next couple of days today could be the coldest day of the week. 57 in san francisco, '60s for the north bay, 61 in san rafael, over in oakland 64 degrees. into the afternoon now warming up more than that 67 santa rosa, 69 in san not sonoma, in the '50s by the coast if you're headed to the coastal the jacket. palo alto staying in the '60s all the upper 60s. the space struggling to get out of the '50s today for richmond, berkeley. inland spot school 67 for san ramon valley,
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73 the war spot today in antioch. 62 in sunnyvale and your 7 day around the bay shows cool temperatures once again tomorrow some fog steps in friday a slight warming by the weekend. >> with this morning oracle plans to pay newly appointed president mark hurd a base salary of $950,000 a year. the company also says the former hewlett-packard co. ceo, who was ousted by that company last month, is eligible for a fiscal 2011 bonus of $5 million. hurd's future at oracle was complicated tuesday when hewlett-packard sued hurd to keep him out of his new job. hp is worried hurd will use his knowledge of the company to give oracle an unfair advantage. fremont police came out in forster's show support for todd young who shot during an attempted arrest. he is a suspect 70 fremont 180 officers
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showed up for that appearance yesterday. he is facing charges for the shooting of offers are young during an arrest attempt. he is charged with 10 families. he is a defense attorney spoke briefly whether this turns out to be in an intentional shooting of a police officer or a tragic misunderstanding on the streets of oakland remains to be seen. he did wrong i believe he did wrong. he will face the consequences of that act. it will go through a process as it's designed. on confident he will go to prison. >> he is being held without bail his arraignment was held over to next week there is controversy
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about new ads. take a look. it says can you afford to be unarmed? " it is that guns right conference set for later this month. it's hard to see but a shows a woman holding a shotgun. that is in violation of the current policy that banned ads they contain firearms. they allowed this sad because the transit officials are reconsidering the ban. many is considering re of brooding me to better serve the housing complex in san francisco southwestern area. that complex is roughly the side of nob hill and is poorly connected to public transportation most people there rely and cars. the line would be redirected to go through the complex instead of stopping on 19th avenue. there are at their options they're
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looking at including the shuttle to the bart station and local shopping center. let's take a peek at san jose as a traffic is nice and late in both directions. it is cloudy there but not drizzling or foggy just not very warm today for anybody. rid of the mansion and the limo budgets were balanced. $4 billion in tax cuts. world class schools and universities. clean energy promoted. 1.9 million new jobs created.
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looking at that 7 day around the bay forecast. you may have needed the wipers this morning. if feels like winter it feels like fall. last may you really felt the cold wind. it continues: until a bomb in temperatures this weekend which is good. we usually get a nice look indian summer, we have yet to see it in september. chevron may be seeking an exemption from the state. reporting lobbyists
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have been quietly trying to strike a deal that stems from a lawsuit that accuses chevron of concealing plans to process high polluting heavier grade crude oil. governor supports a nadir has a message for shoppers eggs produced in our state are safe. half a billion eggs have been recalled nationwide due to salmonella outbreak governors schwarzenegger visited the store yesterday to explain california eggs were never part of the recalls. i wanted to let people know don't be afraid of buying eggs appeared by a a spirit of make sure they are california eggs. california eggs each one is marked. that's how you make sure their eggs from california. >> the governor took a big bite of deviled eggs. he said he ate
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up to 12 eggs and a day during his body building career. we will be back with more in a couple of minutes. golden gate bridge now is a bright fog appeared that traffic is really steady rate from the get go. we will be right back.
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welcome back to the news that 1028. the bay bridge hot spot we have been tracking for the better part of the morning. it is still slow here but a big improvement. 880 ride hardly backed up at all but for the right hand lane. this is no longer backed up into the macarthur maze. you can see traffic is moving smoothly. from here the ride on interstate 80 through albany that westbound commission because it was so badly back up you could of said bay bridge back up again here
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but it does no longer. it is a much smoother ride in this direction. san jose commune 1 01 in the northbound direction you will find better conditions here as well. it was badly back up for the ride toward santa clara but no longer. a much better commute for the south bay than any other day this week. a quick check for the ride on walnut creek 680 the southbound san ramon valley ride looks beautiful heading down towards pleasanton no delays as you head through san ramon or even the alamo. let's get a weather check. >> all live look at san jose you can still see the thick low cloud cover bricks fog and drizzle this morning. today will be the coldest day of the week. warming up to the weekend. satellite and radar showing u.s. storm system
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dropping down. as it drops down brings cold air keeping things cool today. 65 in santa rosa, upper 50s along the coast, 65 in concord, 59 in fremont. temperatures are not going to climb much today. sixties in the north bay, 66 petaluma, 72 fairfield, 65 mill valley, along the coast 57 for ocean beach, 64 san francisco, as we jump across these bay '50s and '60s as well, 63 union city only getting into the upper 50s inland spot spirit 66 in pleasanton, 66 in milpitas, santa clara, 59 and los gatos
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and morgan hill. your 7 day around the bay showing us cool temperatures are tomorrow as well as we head into friday things will warm up that but the weekend things continue to warm up getting in tabes inland low seventies for the bay and low 60s along the coast park, >> the bp oil spill internal report just don't shows there were eight separate failures among them mechanical, human, engineering, design, who operational iimplementation. it is the first of many reports that are going to help determine possible causes of the april explosion and spill. we have new animated video. of the explosion that happened. personnel on board and misread a
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pressure test just before the blast. bp officials are blaming the red oak owner and the cement contractor as part of the disaster. 5 million bar. of oil is believed to of leak did to the gulf. out of sunnyvale police are stepping up patrols and a small neighborhood where there's been a string of fires. so far they have not caught the arsonist but they're looking. >> sunnyvale police say at this point they're not sure it's one person or copycat behind 15 arson fires since may. nine fires early morning hours of september 1st loan. the fires happen within the border of garland, which are only a couple of blocks from each other. all of the fires have been between
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1-3:00 a.m. at a time when people are sleeping so makes the arsonist even more dangerous. the fires have been setting garbage cans, and dumpsters, debris, two cases cars. they're not releasing hand how the two cars were set on fire which took much more work that is part of their investigation. will tran kron 4 news. >> right now in san francisco state supreme court is hearing arguments about worker furloughs. this after two years 40 lawsuits in more than a million dollars is payable bills. let's take a live peek inside the courtroom. they're arguing whether governor supports a bigger a legally forced state workers to take days off. he ordered furloughs for two or three days per month last year. the supreme court will hear givens about whether the governor had power to use
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the line item vetoes to make $500 million and cuts in health, welfare and parks cutting. this city of richmond has saved all three schools that were on the chopping blocks. this is video of a pack city council meeting. it will pay for the school's 100 and a half million dollars needed to keep the schools opened. out of the general fund is where the money's coming. so for now kennedy high end olinda and grant elementary will stay open. day six for the clues in the disappearance of a hercules man. based resumed searching the landfill this morning. they're looking for frederick sales he's been missing two weeks. ever since his father was found beaten to death in is hercules home. they believe may be the young person sales is the fifth murder of a film of efren
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killed by chp. police will continue to search until friday. lawyers for a former san francisco gang member convicted of three murders told a federal judge tuesday they will ask for a new trial on the grounds that some evidence from the case might have be thrown into doubt by the city's ongoing crime lab scandal. u.s. district judge scheduled a nov. 19 hearing on the motion in the case of former page street gang member dennis cyrus. a jury convicted cyrus last year of 16 federal crimes, including racketeering conspiracy, cocaine conspiracy and possession and three gang- related murders committed in 2002. cyrus' defense attorneys have said in court filings that some of his convictions could be undermined by recently disclosed problems with the drug analysis unit of the san francisco police crime laboratory and former technician deborah madden. who is accused of stealing evidence. the ballet statue has been returned after was stolen two weeks ago. we still don't know
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who took it to begin with. it was a middleman an attorney that turned over the bronze statue yesterday to police detectives. it was done upcard wrapped in plastic. exchange in a downtown alley. they are dusting it for fingerprints. 10:36 a.m. more and a couple of minutes alive look the approach to the bay bridge at this hour should be great and it is not. it has been jammed up for hours.
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but what were the results? fact: brown promised to improve schools. but the drop out rate increased 50%, and the state had to take over the schools. fact: the city controller found employees paid for 22,000 hours... they never worked. fact: brown promised to cut crime. but murders doubled, making oakland the 4th most dangerous city in america. jerry brown. he just can't deliver the results california needs now. you inhale, they inhale. the results millions of children continue to be exposed to secondhand smoke. secondhand smoke causes asthma, a disease that cannot be cured. protect your loved ones.
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chopper pilots? at this point care where you are. where are serving the area and getting to you as quickly as they can. >> the chopper pilot is talking about people there may be people in these cars we're looking at. they are sending help to try and get them out. we see there are people in buildings they will have to be rescued. you can see people on the roof as well waiting for rescue. we are zooming in on some of their rescuers. a lot of cars under water in dallas after tropical storm her mean a 70 mi. an hour winds and severe flooding. all lot of streets are closed and we are looking at a rescue operation just about to enter
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into right. there isn't a fire in boulder colorado 3500 people have been evacuated. there is one of the structures burned. nine structures have gone up in flames eight people are missing. they are concerned about people that are hurt or worse in this fire that broke out monday. they have investigators at work today trying to find the source said the cause of this fire. these massive fires in detroit a blazes this let swept through dozens of homes last night's but policwe saw flames this mornings happened there were strong winds that toppled power lines. then the winds blew the embers of a couple of dozen homes were burned and then a hundred thousand homes lost power. 10:42
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the family of the yale grad student who was killed and said they're considering suing the school on the way they did look into the disappearance of her. they want to know whether they properly investigated the suspects background before hiring him as a lab technician. in the building where she worked the 24 year olds body was found behind a wall in the lab in september of last year. jerry brown says he has accepted the third debate against meg whitman. that campaign announcing the candidates will meet october 2nd add fresno
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brown has challenged whitman to attend debates. including one in los angeles theater to debates are in northern california. let's get back to dallas and the flooding where we see a lot of developing the things happening. you can see stranded vehicles here there may be people attracted these vehicles we are waiting to see massive rescue on the way. they have a boat they said the botha it was hit by a refrigerator these homes have been so quickly with this flash of water that has blown large appliances out of the homes. will along with cars whizzing people's big waiting to be rescued. it can see dryer ground to the right pretty amazing scene with the flash flooding.
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>> check gone traffic this is a big hot spot the bay bridge the westbound ride so far we see some daylight's just in time for the end of the broadcast. you will see some openings here the 880 approach no longer backed up we are no longer your back up to the macarthur maze for the bay bridge ride. five hours that we had huge back up at the bay bridge for the west bound to mute. it was the bus became disabled in its bill to transmission fluid on the upper deck. it was there for nearly an hour and that's why things have been backed up for the west bound commute. even on the interstate 88 has been jammed all the way to highway 4 it has cleared out as well. san francisco had slowed traffic on the imbalance central but no longer an easy ride to the
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peninsula or sfo. your south bay ride 1 01 northbound not nearly as rough a commute as yesterday. in the slow traffic we did have is completely gone. here is another weather track. >> san francisco still seeing a low cloud cover arrivals at sfo are delayed over an hour. dense fog and morning fog and drizzle. the coolest day of the week today. things will warm up towards the weekend. since the satellite shows a system passing through the bay area with this it's bringing clouds and cool temperatures. it is keeping our temperatures low this morning. 55 in santa rosa 51 in san rafael, low 50s in these bay loaf '50s in the south bay as
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well. only getting into the 60s in the north bay today. 66 in petaluma, 72 impair their fields, cool along the coast 60 in pacifica, 68 in redwood city in the east bay more sixties 54 san leandro 65 in fremont and upper 60s so '70s inland. 67 danville, 73 and antioch, south bay upper 60s there lower 60s and sunnyvale, 66 as san jose and 69 in morgan hill. dear 7 day around abbatial should have the jurors will stay cool as we head through thursday then warm- up headed into friday continuing to warm up in the weekend '80s inland '70s and the bay 60s along the coast.
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>> a review by the insurance industry. car booster seats have made strides in ensuring a proper fit for children in the back seat, according to a review by the insurance industry, though just over 10 percent of those evaluated weren't recommended. the insurance institute for highway safety gave its top marks to 21 of 72 booster seats it evaluated for properly restraining children, or about 30 percent, according to results released today. last year, the institute only handed out its "best bet" citation to nine of the 60 seats it reviewed, or 15 percent. fbi says they have no found no explosives on at airwave like that caused a scare last night. airline officials said they found a bomb threat scrawled across the bathroom mirror. in that type plane. you can see the passengers getting off so they can investigate. it originated in bangkok it landed in l.a. last day. they interviewed everyone and no one was hurt. 22
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people arrested after the second night of protest after an officer fatal shooting of a guatemalan residents who had a knife. the 300 protesters were involved. they pelted the police station set fires, at one point officers fired two volleys of faulty projectiles at demonstrators. nobody was hurt. we will be back with more of a moment.
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littering is so is a problem with the bigger problem in one area city stanley roberts has a look. >> >> this is a cheesecake factory floating in the san francisco bay and this is a 99 cent only bag also floating in the same bay. i am in the city of brisbane rate near the edge of the bay and at the border of san francisco. this light strip of land in brisbane has trash every where and i do mean everywhere. under this tree all kinds of trash like this pbc pipe and these bags hanging off its branches. along the shoreline more trash like this bag of junk food. although that it has this please recycle
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message on it, it wasn't. as you get closer to the water you may find what is left of styrofoam containers and full garbage bags. in the water, lots of floating plastic bags. some floating under the water and some ontop and some simply blowing in the wind. some plastic bags may have been blown across the freeway from its recycling plant. but some trash like this beer bottle and bart flyer were more than likely left their by someone refusing to use the garbage can. i contacted robert reed from ecology recycling about all of the plastic bags and he suggested a solution to the problem. >> tote bags, reusable bags, you can reuse this bag thousands of times. please don't use plastic bags. >> in fact he showed me tons apon tons of plastic bags that are thrown away every day heading to the land fill and some bags blow away and end up right here in the bay and in the trees. in brisbane, stanley roberts, kron4 news.
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